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8-19-2010 @ 7:44PM
I so have to agree on Wrath Gate - like a post above mentioned, the Marshal Windsor escort in vanilla WoW was pretty much the ultimate epic feeling quest back then; I've always been sorry it had to be removed with WotLK changes. But Wrath Gate + Battle for the Undercity managed to completely outdo that one, the sheer magnitude of what happens there, with the cutscene making it feel like you are personally there to witness the events, is just incredible. I remember the first time I hit it, only a couple of days into WotLK, I'd heard about the general idea but assumed it'd be a lvl 80 thing so was taken totally by surprise when I handed another quest in and bam, cutscene (which I'd carefully avoided watching beforehand, so as to get the full effect at the time) - totally amazing piece of work, and I was just babbling incoherently in guildchat for about 5 minutes afterwards before I managed to tell everyone they HAD to complete Dragonblight asap to see this! Amazing bit of storytelling, and all the better that they placed it in such a way that everyone could see it - most other major events end up taking place inside raids, so for this one to be out of a standard, if timeconsuming, quest chain, made it accessible to all of us, something I much appreciate as a casual but lore-loving player!
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